NRC Queensland Country vs Perth Spirit Live Streaming 2015 Free Online Australia Rugby Championship Round 05 Online Free. Queensland Country vs Perth Spirit match will be kick off at Victoria Park, Gold Coast, Australia, Saturday 19 September 2015 online, Time 18:00 (AEDT) NRC Queensland Country vs Perth Spirit Live Streaming and its broadcast On Fox Sports.
Queensland Country are on a high having recorded their first victory of the season whilst on the road last weekend over the Greater Sydney Rams. This week they are heading out on the road again, albeit for a home game at Rugby Park in Rockhampton where they will host the winless Perth Spirit. Queensland Country Perth Spirit live score starts at Bond University stadium, Gold Coast, Australia in National Rugby Championship – Rugby Union. Here on livescore you can find all Queensland Country vs Perth Spirit previous results sorted by their H2H matches.
Whilst winless they are, hopeless this Spirit side definitely isn’t having had close losses to the top two teams in the competition (Brisbane City and Canberra Vikings) so far. Last weekend they went down to the Vikings after an after the siren conversion attempt missed and denied them a chance to snag two points for the draw. Queensland Country’s win was thanks largely to a Man of the Match performance by flyhalf Sam Greene and they’ll him to reproduce the goods again, with more support from his team mates to keep the Spirit winless for another week.
Yeah sure this is a competition for the young up and comers to show their wares on the big stage. But keep an eye out for the battle between (almost) veterans Saia Fainga’a and Heath Tessman at hooker this weekend. Tessman was in top form in the first two rounds before being ‘compulsorily rested’ and must be due back for this game, whilst Saia’s experience is vital in this inexperienced Country outfit.
Further out Kyle Godwin should also be returning for the Spirit in the centres and may well find himself up against the bullocking form of Matt Gordon. Gordon has been in and out of this Country team, but with injuries to Ant Fainga’a and Chris Feauai-Sautia, Gordon will be looking to keep a hold of the 12 jersey for the rest of the season. Godwin, however, continues to be rotated in and out when you would have thought this would be just the type of competition needed for him to regain the form that saw him tour with the Wallabies in recent years.
QLD Country: 1. Haydn Hirsimaki, 2. Saia Fainga’a, 3. Sef Fa’agase, 4. Tyrell Barker, 5. Sam Reiser, 6. James Turner, 7. Conor Mitchell, 8. Ed Quirk, 9. James Tuttle (C), 10. Sam Greene, 11. Pierce Fitzgerald, 12. Teti Tela, 13. Matt Gordon, 14. Tom Pincus, 15. Elliott Hagen.
Reserves: 16. Alex Mafi, 17. Reuben Leilua, 18. Taniela Tupou, 19. Cameron Bracewell, 20. Maclean Jones, 21. Scott Malolua, 22. Doin Taumata, 23. Tom Banks.
Spirit: 1. Francois van Wyk, 2. Heath Tessmann (C), 3. Jermaine Ainsley, 4. Rory Walton, 5. Adrian Hall, 6. Pierre Roberts, 7. Kane Koteka, 8. Richard Hardwick, 9. Ian Prior, 10. Luke Burton, 11. Maalonga Konelio, 12. Kyle Godwin, 13. Ammon Matuauto, 14. Onehunga Havili, 15. Albert Nikoro.
Reserves:16. Harry Scoble, 17. Chris Heiberg, 18. Toro Reedy, 19. Riley Winter, 20. Auega Seumanutafa, 21. Michael Ruru, 22. Nick Jooste, 23. Byron Hutchinson.